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716 venetian snares. doll doll doll. cd. september2k1

 

tracklist:

pygmalion
*.ra
remi
*.ra
i rent the ocean
*.ra
dollmaker
*.ra
befriend a childkiller
*.ra
pressure torture
*.ra
macerate and petrify
*.ra
all the children are dead
*.ra




venetian snares is aaron funk

pictures by trevor brown.

www.pileup.com/babyart

 

a hybrid of monstrous breakbeats and drum and bass ... a terrorising wall of sound, a splatter mix of broken drill and noise, tweaked frequencies, cut-up noises, bizarre funky samples, and straight noise attacks. it rattles the speakers, shatters the windows, drives your adrenaline to all-time high and then pins you to the floor with the thunderous percussion attacks.

each track constantly changes, one second exploding with speedcore passages, and the next moment tripping over itself and collapsing into broken, twisted and aggressive techstep. rhythmic textures, sonic explorations and ceaseless creativity the component parts of this accelerated sound are ultra-fast beats, disjointed samples, distorted shouts of vocal, stabs of synth that squeal with resonance and the occasional bout of plunderphony. these components are then stitched together in an almost haphazard manner but one that you may suspect is more than deliberate.

heavy corroded beats and constantly spinning, breaking, crushing and rolling breaks, noises, screeches, cut-up speedcore textures constantly mutate and span multiple genres with only few things remaining in common - speed, aggression, and fun.

this ... hurts - and makes playing with dolls obsolete. 'nuff said - recommended.

 

 

sonic seducer november 2001

wären die brillanten und für manche sicher kontroversen arbeiten trevor browns auf dem artwork nicht bereits durch seine website und seine publikationen bekannt, sondern exklusiv auf dem cover dieser cd zu haben, würde ich kein weiteres wort über die musik verlieren, da diese bereits als kaufanreiz ausreichen sollten. so wende ich mich dieser jedoch (verdientermaßen) auch noch zu: brown auf dem cover läßt ja eher an harsh-noise denken, daß ‚doll doll doll' dann jedoch wohl eher auf dem mutterlabel ant-zen denn auf hymen erschienen wäre, dürfte klar sein. statt harsh noise gibt's also drum'n'bass der vertrackten sorte in mittlerem geschwindigkeitsbereich mit sehr hübschen einfällen wie den string-parts in ‚dollmaker', die über das überzogene ‚pressure torture' mühelos hinwegtrösten. wessen herz also für acts wie typhoid oder needle sharing schlägt, wird sicher auch bei venetian snares ein tanzbein riskieren wollen - die chancen, sich dabei alle knochen zu brechen, sind indes streckenweise nur unwesentlich geringer als bei squarepusher und konsorten. (sascha bertoncin)

side-line no.37 october/november/december 2001

venetian snares' style is very blurry and erratic. as if drum'n'bass wasn't already cut up enough, this guy just mangles beats and tempi. it's quite mind-blowing. 'doll doll doll' mixes his light, jazzy mood of the 'songs about my cats' album with the low-end rumble on the 'salt' 12" for instance. breakcore on speed. hyperfast beat cascades and synth squeals are interspersed with metallic sample stabs, rap vocals, moody ambient spheres, dark roaming echoes and jazz samples. the jazz affinity in some drum'n'bass has always posed a slight problem for me. syncopated structures are not enough to make me like jazz improvisation (god, do i hate sax and trumpet) and some samples, also with venetian snares, just kill the aggressive mood. it's hit and miss for me as with many squarepusher tracks. don't get me wrong, this is not a jazz record and it only happens occasionally. a far more poignant description is cold-blooded, bone-crushing beat assaults and heavy noise garble with lots of hi-hat and snare drum fluttery. it's such a jittery, flexible, evasive slalom course through beats and noise obstacles, it really fucking splits your skull and makes it very hard for you to focus on anything lest your thoughts about the album. pure audio onslaught. one track is aptly titled 'pressure torture'. there's your music description. but sometimes the music jumps off the tracks or grinds to a sudden halt, which is very irritating. it's a very disruptive flow. venetian snares is just pure madness with long stretches of sheer brillance and occasional bouts of the 'eh, what the fuck is this' syndrome which frustrates at times. if you want jazzy interludes, listen to 'i rent the ocean' or 'pressure torture'. if you want brilliantly chaotic drill'n'bass in the fast lane, listen to 'all the children are dead' and 'befriend a childkiller'. this record offers it all. aaron funk is quite brilliant, but he loses me at time. although i wholeheartedly recommend him, beware of the schizophrenic mix. 'dollmaker' for instance starts with jazz and ends in speedcore. don't expect tried formulas. and speaking of brilliance at the border of insanity, the artwork by trever brown could not have been more fittingly chosen. (ttm)

orkus nr.11 november 2001

das neue album des kanadiers aaron funk ist mit sicherheit nichts für schwache gemüter, aber dafür ein fest für liebhaber halsbrecherischer breakbeat-konstrukte. fast so, als wären squarepusher, panacea und celluloid mata in wunderbare raserei verfallen, löst der meister der venezianischen snare-drums eine teilweise rasend schnell rhythmisierte sample- und soundorgie ohnegleichen und ohne grenzen auf seine hörer los. jazz-saxophon, kirchenchor, klassisches orchester mit strawinsky-anleihen, film-samples, diabolische noiseloops - all diese zutaten werden in unzähligen schichten und kombinationen und mit viel mut zu disharmonischen experimenten über ständig variierten backbeats verteilt. und oh wunder, man hat nie den eindruck, dass einer diese tollwütigen drum'n'bass-mutanten jemals unstrukturiert oder planlos daherkommen würde. es sind die unglaublichen spannungsbögen, mit denen aaron funk jedem noch so wahnsinnig konstruierten track am ende wieder zu einem runden ganzen werden lässt. nicht nur das von japanischen manga-fetisch-bildern inspirierte cover-artwork dürfte stark polarisierend wirken. doll doll doll scheint seine hörer bewusst in die zange nehmen zu wollen, um am schluss den ganz großen kick zu bescheren, weit abseits von konventionellen parametern wie clubtauglichkeit oder eingängigkeit. wenn sie nicht gleich in der mülltonne landet und dich diese platte wirklich packen sollte, wird sie sich unlöschbar in deine gehirnwindungen einbrennen. sucht- oder hassobjekt! (alexander maciol)

kroniks
http://www.hardcore-concept.com/zine/html/kroniks/oct2001.htm

le canadien venetian snares signe la meilleure sortie hymen depuis circumflex des frères somatiques.
préparez-vous à digérer des morceaux fleuves foisonnants de détails, aux beats en constante mutation. drill & noise dégénéré, speed jusqu'à l'orgasme, déployé en architectures rhizomiques qui en remontrent à squarepusher question complexité pointilleuse. venetian snares a inventé un style à part qui se nourrit aussi bien du weirdbreak à la rephlex que du free jazz : ah, ces stridences saxophoniques totalement gratuites, ces contrebasses égarées dans un typhon de percus… désolé pour la formule journalistique, mais j'ai envie de parler de post-breakcore jazzfunk. chaque morceau grouille d'idées et de fausses pistes, au risque de crasher votre disque dur cérébral. les fans d'aphex twin ou de bogdan raczinsky décèleront immédiatement la structure, dans ce qui risque d'apparaître aux autres comme un chaos vaguement breaké. ce serait dommage car il s'agit bel et bien d'une musique de party, hautement dansable et autrement plus enthousiasmante que les kicks linéaires de la production hc actuelle. vive le barrage en couille ! il est temps d'abattre les murs qui formatent l'esprit des artistes comme des teuffeurs. pour ça pas de soucis, cette plaque y va à la perceuse hydraulique. il serait triste qu'un tel chef d'œuvre demeure le seul privilège d'une petite élite electronica. " doll doll doll " a de quoi emmener très loin les adeptes des hangars amoureux de musique véner : kicks distordus, sonorités hi-tech, grooves épileptiques. avertissement aux dj's tout de même : certains morceaux foulent du pied (saturé) la sacro-sainte règle de la mesure à 4 temps. essayer de caler dollmaker avec un morceau break standard peut facilement virer à l'expérience paranormale. heureusement les longues et somptueuses intros permettront de rentrer tout ça en finesse. on peut d'ailleurs dégager une structure récurrente dans les titres : intro en forme de mise en scène acoustique bien oppressante, puis décharge d'adrénaline pure, nouvelle accalmie et laminage final. aaron funk, à l'image d'un certaine école speedcore, aime pousser l'hystérie à un degrés quasi-surréaliste. dollmaker commence ainsi comme du jazz feutré, puis surgit un riff de metallica au violon passablement déconstruit. là dessus déboule une basse techstep qu'on aurait amputé de quelques chromosomes. un toaster déjanté intervient alors pour lancer le breakbeat le plus déglingué qui soit.
c'est con, c'est barré, c'est grandiose. en fait, la densité d'information est telle qu'à l'issue d'une première écoute, il ne reste que des flashes résiduels. un peu comme au lendemain d'une fête qu'on a adoré sans vraiment tout comprendre. des flashs donc : envolée emphatique façon panacea, voix vocodées, samples extra-terrestres tronqués/cutés, chœurs de cathédrale, synthés lovecraftiens…et sensation amère de s'être fait gang banger le cerveau. par contre, on peut s'interroger sur le choix de la tracklist du vinyle qui occulte étrangement une balle breakcore comme " the children are dead ". pas grave : rien, absolument rien, n'est à jeter, tant sur le cd que sur son alter ego sillonné. si on ajoute que la production est d'une précision terrifiante, que dire sinon que cette musique fait (un peu) aimer la vie.

discover
http://www.discover.de/_.html#kritiken/sites/venetian_sn.html

die kälte einer klangkonstruktion, die auf reinen breaks und beats beruht, mit einem sammelsurium verschiedenster samples in stakkatoähnlicher art zu kombinieren, führt bei aaron funk, aka venetian snares, zu einem sound, der stark an die breakbeats der frühen jahre erinnert. dabei scheint es im ersten moment, dass sich die einzelnen soundsplitter gegenseitig abstoßen und kaum einen homogenen kontext erlauben. stoßen die klangkasskaden jedoch auf hammer und amboss, sind es genau diese unvereinbar scheinenden dissonanzen, die zu erstaunlichen rhythmusexplosionen im gesamten gehörgang führen. dass die von trevor brown stammenden illustrationen kranke puppen zeigen, ist angesichts der kombination der sounds mit tracknamen wie "dollmaker", "befriend a childkiller", "pressure torture" und "all the children are dead" mehr als plakativ. (carsten bäumer)

black #25

der venetian snares stil ist sehr verschwommen und sprunghaft. als wäre drum'n'bass nicht schon genug zerkleinert, durchwalkt dieser typ beats und tempi. es ist ein ziemlicher trip. ?doll doll doll ? mischt den leichten, jazzigen ton seines ?songs about my cats ? album mit tiefem rumpeln am unteren spektrum wie auf seiner ?salt ? 12? zum beispiel. breakcore auf speed. hyperschnelle beatkaskaden und synthiegejaule werden von metallischen sample tupfern, rap passagen, stimmungsvollen ambientsph ren, dunkel-wabernden echos und jazz samples flankiert. ich hatte schon immer leichte probleme mit der affinität für jazz, die mancher drum'n'bass so demonstriert. synkopische strukturen sind mir nicht genug, um mich jazz improvisationen mögen zu lassen (oh, wie ich das saxophon und die trompete verabscheue) und einige samples, auch bei venetian snares, töten für mich jede aggressive stimmung. wie bei squarepushers output ist das immer ein glückspiel für mich, ob ich das gut finde oder nicht. nicht daß man mich falsch versteht, das hier ist keine jazzplatte, und wenn jazz, dann passiert das nur ab und zu mal. eine weitaus treffender beschreibung ist kaltblütiger, knochen-splitternder beatanschlag und schwerster noisemischmasch mit einem haufen hi-hat und snaredrum flatterhaftigkeit. es ist so eine springende, rasante, knappe slalomfahrt um beat- und noisehindernisse, daß es einem den schädel spalten will und es unheimlich erschwert, sich auch nur ein bißchen auf dieses album zu konzentrieren, geschweige denn auf seine gedanken dazu. reiner audioangriff. ein titel heißt treffenderweise ?pressure torture ?. da habt ihr eure musikbeschreibung. aber manchmal springt die musik aus der spur oder bleibt quietschend stehen, was etwas irritiert. es ist ein sehr gestörter fluß. venetian snares ist einfach purster wahnsinn mit streckenweise langen passagen reinster genialität und dem vereinzelten anfall von ?was soll n der scheiß" syndrom, was ganz schon frustrieren kann. wenn du jazzige einsprengsel magst, hör dir ?i rent the ocean ? oder ?pressure torture ? an. wenn du brillant chaotischen drill'n'bass auf der überholspur haben willst, dann tu dir ?all the children are dead ? und ?befriend a childkiller ? an. diese platte biete die ganze bandbreite. aaron funk ist wirklich brillant, aber manchmal bleibe ich auf der strecke. obwohl ich ihn von ganzem herzen
empfehle, seid vor dem schizophrenen mix gewarnt. ?dollmaker ? fängt zum beispiel mit jazz an und endet im speedcore. erwartet nicht die übliche formel. und wo wir schon bei genialität am rande des wahnsinns sind, das artwork von trevor brown hätte wohl kaum passender ausgewählt worden sein. (tô)
na so was, kollege schröder scheint zu schwächeln?! trotzdem gibt es dem brillant vorher gesagtem nichts mehr hinzu zu fügen, außer, daß die vinylversion neben zwei albumtracks mit "interstellar narcotics" und "dolleater" noch zwei exklusive titel bereit hält, welche garantiert jazz frei sind (obwohl ich damit kein problem hätte)! (m.f.)

recycle your ears
www.recycleyourears.com

venetian snares has been really hot topic lately in the turbulent breakcore techno scene, and has released several highly praised items on labels like zhark london or planet mu. this time, this guy from canada got picked by the techno-friendly offshoot of ant zen, hymen, for a cd and a 12", both entitled doll doll doll, which turn out to be a monstrous of beats and darkness, all nicely packaged under the clean and slick artwork by trevor brown. beware, the cover might be all ligth blue, but you'll get out of here as bruised as the doll on the front picture. it all start with a nice but not so dark or original "pygmalion", which shows you're into breakcore territory, and even more into venetian snares's one, with piano lines meshed with ever changing broken beat sequences. "remi" and his jazzy atmosphere is the perfect continuation of this track, and manages to combine a prominant bass sound with rhythms that keep on changing and a some well thought samples. things get really serious here. "i rent the ocean" is a slightly softer track, with a lot of saxophon and the dry, shotr percussion sound of snares, topped by a soundscape sampled from somewhere (i am certain i have the disc from which this line is sampled but i can not remember what it is. if you recognized it, drop me a line). and then comes the behemoth-like part of this cd, with the gigantic "dollmaker". what starts as a more or less soft sample of delicate jazz before featuring samples from this band who has covered metallica with violins, it gets more and more menacing before unleashing the aggressions and madness of a complex and intricate mix of steel-hard beats, outbursts of rapped vocals about killing children (the recurrent topic of the cd). "dollmaker" is a excellent track that opens the really dark part of this cd. it is followed by my favorite track on this album, the perfect "befriend a childkiller", which also start a bit softly, and take 3-4 minutes to start, before becoming one of the best track i have heard in this genre, complex, extremely catchy, and, most of all, really dark. i wouldn't have thought that such a beat-oriented and fucked up music could become so brooding and twisted, but venetian snares manages to tweak his knobs and rhythms so much and to combine everything with lo-keys lines and obscure samples, that the whole thing gets really dark, and goes further that the slightly tongue-in-cheek artwork. genuinely not for the faint hearted and extremely enjoyable. it's hard to write a good follow up to this track, and "pressure torture" is maybe the track that catched my attention the least on this cd. its beats are somewhat more distorted and "industrial", but the rhythms are too cut and separated from the others, in my opinion. still, this is a good thick wall of beats that venetian snares builds here and, had i not been so impressed by the previous track, i would have liked this one a lot. things get very dark again with "macerate and putrify", a depressive track featuring all sorts of scary samples and soundbites (i repeat, even though this is 100% beat and club music, those track really carry a dark atmosphere) that is another highlight of this cd. and it doesn't get any lighter on the closing "all the children are dead", with its goulish samples and piano themes. the childkiller / dollmaker has done its deed and this is a track for the aftermath, and a very good one. very well recorded and with sounds fitting well its macabre concept, "doll doll doll" is a very impressive album, that turned out even better than i expected. hymen has made a smart move here, because i'm sure a lot of industrial heads will know turn themselves to breakcore, and this cd might be considered as their "human dislocation" or "shock front". anyway, this is a hell of a fucked up album (this is a compliment) and it will stay for a very long time in my cd player.

debug

nein, man kann nicht sagen, dass, nur weil drum and bass heute anders funktioniert als damals, leute wie aaron funk aka venetian snares jetzt die rettung sind. weil die breakbeats zwar genauso sophisticated cutten die die ganzen engländer, die tracks aber natürlich völlig anders strukturiert sind, no u-turn bässe genauso auf den arm nehmen wie jazzloops, alles schon immer eher übersteuert ist, aber dennoch irgendwie schlüssiger und zugänglicher als der ganze dhr-over-the-top klüngel. venetian snares ist technisch viel weiter, schreibt einen atomkriegsdrumandbasstune nach dem nächsten, jazzt hier wie gesagt aber auch extrem rum, was das ganze nur noch spannender macht, und zwischendrin ziehen die theatralischen instrumentals durchs ohr. das ist dann nicht so funky, weil wir die ecke der geschichte eigentlich vergessen wollten, aber dann kommt wieder das gewitter und alles ist laut und gut und ich drehe lauter. (thaddi)

seven
http://www.nezzwerk.com/seven/reviews/album_review.php?id=716

well over a year ago, when i first heard "shiver in eternal darkness," i remember saying that this material should have been released on hymen, since that album clearly stood out among its peers in the genre. there are two things that really get to me in breakcore genre - bad production and sloppy attitude towards presentation and music delivery. this is why i am so glad to see hymen picking up venetian snares. i have always admired high professionalism and presence of taste among those that run the label. i guess, considering my background, i cannot really appreciate tasteless goofiness that often results in poor overall quality of music. on this album everything that is finally coming together - stellar presentation, excellent mastering and production, and most impressive, darker, slower sound that still has a few familiar bizarre funkiness, be it unexpected downtempo jazzy passages or groovy strings, or screwed-up voice samples. at one point your mind would be racing, trying to catch up with an avalanche of intricate percussion, and just a few second later you will be treated to relaxed quirky ambient, filled with strings and distant noises. if you were feeling nostalgic for the brutality of "making orange things," you will find plenty of that here, only refined and cleaned up ("pressure torture" pretty much matches the violence and intensity of "fire beats"). i can only welcome this diversity, a definite leap ahead in composition, that would be obvious to anyone that followed all previous venetian snares material. it is the best album to date for venetian snares. what is unusual about this album, is the atmosphere. a lot of the music in the genre does not really go beyond separate tracks, that at best, shine with well-placed random elements and stellar technical skills. on this album, while keeping true to the ideals of breakcore, mr. snares opens us a whole new world - phantasmagoric, incredibly eerie in its funkiness. his humor is morbid, ingenious and witty in its absolutely stunning combination of so many unusual motives - pleasant dark ambient and jazz, melodic strings that slowly lead to crushing breakcore wall of splatter noises that soon explodes into energetic hip-hop passage. just listen to "dollmaker" - a favorite of mine, almost a symphony in its own, masterfully blending so many references, styles, cultures in one absolutely stunning track that will sooth you with melody, flowing with smooth jazz out of "i rent an ocean," assault with broken high-bpm drum&bass, leave you speechless afterwards, trying to comprehend how all those elements worked so well together.
take "befriend a childkiller" - slowly dark beginning flows for a few minutes, building atmosphere that later explodes in heavy, corroded, splatter mix of bass-saturated percussion layers, that could remind you the best examples of moody techstep. if you were feeling a lot of the "traditional" music in this genre is very secondary, based on found samples, that are placed in unusual perspective; the samples that are poorly combined, reminding you a bad pop art collage. this album is a next generation of this music, where you would find all your dreams and hopes for this genre fulfilled in the best way possible, where the overload of information and cultural references are filtered and combined in a seamless way. the result is a treat for any audiophile, a connoisseur of dark noisy music, a breakcore/drum&bass addict and his little five year old. and finally, those industrial purists that were rejecting mr. snares before on the grounds of not being "dark and serious", can finally come outside and face the world, clutching a copy of "doll doll doll" in their hands.

superficial dragon
http://www.cockrockdisco.com/new-superficial-dragon.html

personally speaking, i think that venetian snares is one of the best producers on the planet, and this new release is surely proof. ideally seen as some sort of concept record about child killers, "doll, doll, doll" is a collection of 4 of the most brilliant hardcore songs around. the snares man starts it off with "dollmaker" which starts out light, with peppy brushed jazz drums and piano, then darkens with strikes by a string section, slowly, this unusual heavy metal sound is punctuated by harsh distorted bass hits and the super-fast breaks are forewarned by a grisly rap section. this is what electronic music is all about; the collision of styles, ideas, and musical forms old and new. "dolleater" and "interstellar narcotics" use your usual electronic sounds, but snares arrangement and experiments with time signature and song structure make both of these songs slip and slide around conventions, delivering an uneasy experimental but fully hardcore sound. "befriend a child killer" is sprinkled throughout with a truly haunting vocal sample of some sort of cinematic demon speaking about spirits that kill children, and those "not wearing the shape of a man". regardless, it's a virtual lesson of how to build a song up, gaining intensity and momentum and then drop the fucking shit as hard as it comes. skittering beats and distorted death bass jump and punch unrelentingly. the best thing about venetian snares is that while this album may be among is best recorded material, his numerous other records are almost just as good (ok, maybe it's a tie with "shitfuckers" on dyslexic response).


toronto industrial kollektive
http://www.industrialkollective.org/reviews/venetiansnares/index.html

immaculately produced, creative, high speed experimental drum n' bass about killing children. one of the most exciting new canadian electronic acts, eh. do you really need to know more? i was actually a little tardy getting around to this one, especially considering that it has been widely touted as one of the better electronic releases of 2001. this is largely due to my general apathy towards drum n' bass-inspired music. however, artists like venetian snares and beefcake are really forcing me to reconsider my prejudices. "doll doll doll" is amazing for the sheer variety of sounds that you'll hear whilst trying to survive the sonic onslaught contained herein. other than the excruciating 'pressure torture', this isn't a particularly noisy release, but you'll find a huge variety of hyper speed rhythms coupled an equally impressive array of synth washes, vocal samples and classic sounds. with venetian snares, beautiful classical piano isn't far removed from sneering hip hop lyrics, such as: "when i cut your neck, i leave a little piece of skin so your head won't fall off!". needless to say, this is one fucked-up release. this is the kind of music that will cause individuals who have limited experience with hard electronic music (especially small children, heh) to experience intense anxiety. at the same time, however, this is a symphony, a cohesive, beautifully executed and unrelenting aural assault full of experimentation and wonderful sounds. the music itself is of brilliantly high quality: there's obviously someone with an intense attention to detail behind this stuff. personal fave: "all the children are dead" (i'm a sucker for the cheezy death industrial-esque samples). highly recommended to anyone with an ear for the wackier side of breaks, especially fans of beefcake. get ready for an intense ride (and, in all probability, a couple of good laughs). (drew)


barcode
http://www.barcodezine.com/Reviewsexperimental.html

a rather monstrous mixture of mutilated, metallic drum and bass loops and break-beat structures fornicate this latest venetian snares release. a band, who over the last year have released a welter of material and are not opposed to causing offence, with songs titles ranging from 'fuck america' to 'shitfuckers' and the rather derisory 'befriend a childkiller', it makes you wonder who are they hoping to impress? no-one on this evidence. musically, this a constantly evolving mind-fuck of rolling break beats, drum and bass loops and sampled insertions that rarely combine to produce anything cohesive. 'i rent the ocean' occasionally hints at raison d'etre, but ultimately i have come to the conclusion that there is little thought here beyond flinging a load of jazzy piano, trumpet samples and gregorian chants over a messed up drum loop to 'see what happens'. still, who am i to imagine i understand the artistic machinations of such a band? 'befriend a childkiller' is full of sadistic samples and low-end bass synth stabs, but ultimately, if you want the real thing, buy downloads 'the eyes of stanley pain' than this secondary imitation.

 

 

 


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venetian snares discography. 9.2k1
venetian snares - greg hates car culture. 12". history of the future. 2000
venetian snares vs stunt rock - fuck canada // fuck america. cdr . 2000
venetian snares - printf darkness/n. cd isolate. 2000
venetian snares - salt. 12". zhark - london. 2000
venetian snares. 7". planet mu. 2001
venetian snares - 7sevens.med ep. 12" low res. 2001
snares man!. 7". history of the future. 2001
venetian snares + speedranch - making orange things. 2lp/cd. planet mu. 2001
venetian snares - shifuckers. 12". dyslexic response. 2001
venetian snares - songs about my cats. cd. planet mu. 2001
venetian snares - doll doll doll. cd+12". hymen records. 2001
venetian snares/cex split 12" - klangkrieg. 2001

 

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